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Clay County law enforcement cracks down on sex offenders

By on April 19th, 2012

Clay County’s “Don’t Play in Clay” operation has now brought about the arrest of more than 20 sex offenders. Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Jonee Lewis spoke with Alachua County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Todd Kelly about the most recent arrest made last night.

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